What is DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION (DDC)?

A system used in libraries to catalogue its contents. A number is given to a subject area and all items that are in that area are thusly classified. It was invented by Melville Dewey. REfer to cutter number and library of cogress classification.

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